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Ctrl+Alt+Shift+Enter is Insert Blank Line Below Current. I know, it's a handful. You can change this, just go to Settings → Shortcut Mapper → scroll down and it's #62 Insert Blank Line Below Current.
As far as I know there is no shortcut to open the Recycle Bin. Here is a list of all shortcuts: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/126449 What you can do (and what I always do as soon as there is no shortcut functionallity I want but Windows doesn't offer it) use AutoHotKey. After installation you simply can create a script (that may hold all your ...
Disable the new Alt+Tab dialog to revert to the old functionality. Follow this guide: http://winaero.com/blog/how-to-get-the-old-alt-tab-dialog-in-windows-10/
Sorry,first time to giving help, you can modify reg like this HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer NoWinKeys REG_DWORD 0x00000001 (1) Except Win+L&Win+U can all be blocked and i use Autohotkey to solve rest problem
If you're willing to do a little bit of programming, you can set up an AutoHotKey script that can trigger the down arrow on your keyboard continuously if you move your cursor to the bottom of the window, which would create the desired effect. See here for more information, user ahkcoder may be able to provide you with the exact script you need. ...
No. As an alternative, you can configure Outlook to let you press Spacebar to navigate/read an entire message thread: Open Outlook's Options In the Mail group scroll down to the Outlook panes section and click Reading Pane... Select the option Single key reading using space bar With this enabled, while reading a message in the Reading Pane, press Space ...
I just had this problem on Ubuntu as well, all the shortcuts using Ctrl + something worked except for Ctrl+ws and Ctrl+wq. It turns out that the shell is swallowing the second part of the command, which is Ctrl+s / Ctrl+q. I've found that this solution fixed my problem: http://stackoverflow.com/a/13648667/1199685
I am afraid not. Firefox's only keyboard shortcuts for the developer tools apply when there is no element selected. See the MDN page: https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Tools/Page_Inspector/How_to/Open_the_Inspector
Win+A does the trick it seems for showing-hiding notification center. I just tried every single combination with Win key and came across this.
Here is a more general script - you can define any number of keypress events to disable. https://greasyfork.org/en/scripts/5819-disable-website-keyboard-hooks // ==UserScript== // @name Disable website keyboard hooks // @description Stop websites from hijacking keyboard shortcuts. // @author Isaac Levy // @run-at document-start ...
Another option is to disable the Intel(R) HD Graphics Control Panel Service altogether. Or don't have it be started automatically. See more info here.
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